Dark Cut²

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Take the role of a medic officer on the field, performing new-found surgical techniques. Perform four different surgeries using 11 different tools. Get your patient drunk with alcohol to numb the pain, then go at it! Similiar to Trauma Center, if you ever played those games (which I recommend :)). This game is extremely violent, so heed the several warnings please.
Developed by: Armor Games Inc.
Programming/Art by: jmtb02
Music by: MaestroRage
Controls: Mouse
*This game is processor intensive. It may lag at times, but note it'll be okay. If it isn't, then change the quality during one of your surgeries.
*The more drunk your patient is, the easier it will be to keep him alive. Get some liquor into that guy.
*Accuracy is important. Be fast but safe.
*The game has an auto-save feature, so there is no need to make it all in one go.
*Read the instructions for each surgery... you cannot move on until you finished the instructions.
*9 MB load, pardon the wait.

***Dancing saw bug is fixed. Thanks Cherban :).
***2nd Dancing saw bug is fixed. Thanks everyone :). Clear your cache and reload!
***Thanks for Front Page :) :) :).


I confess, I've never actually made it past the first surgery but that doesn't mean I don't love this game.

Dose not really take any skill to beat this game only trial and error. Take some one who has never played dark cut vs someone who has played all of theam and give both of theam a lvl they have'nt played before and it will be a toss up on who wins

I love the Dark Cut games and this one is no different. The game is hard but beatable and it took me a while but I did beat the game. Anyway good game

I have no idea if this is scientifically accurate. This was still fun for what it was. I had no idea I would be removing a bullet at first. Some of the controls could have been better. I feel like I learned something here. The graphics are good.

Everything seems realistic. I just loved the game's atmosphere. I like realistic stuff like this. It shows how complicated everything can be. I feel bad when surgery is failed.

How do you pour wax on the wound with the shrapnel guy?

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4.27 / 5.00

Oct 22, 2007
2:05 PM EDT
Simulation - Other